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Outsight Radio HoursAlison Chesley on Outsight Radio Hours

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Alison Chesley a.k.a Helen Money on playing electric, rock cello. The interview recorded 4-November-2007 was at the very start of the Helen Money arc. Outsight Radio Hours welcomed Alison back 10-March-2013 to discuss the album "Arriving Angels" recorded and mixed in May and September 2012 by Steve Albini at Electrical Audio and featuring drummer Jason Roeder (Neurosis, Sleep) along with cellist/composer Alison Chesley, a.k.a. Helen Money,

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Keywords: Alison; Chesley; Outsight; Radio; Hours; bob mould; helen; money; Steve; Albini; Electrical Audio; Roeder; Jason Roeder; Neurosis

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